issued Microsoft The first official version of the operating system Windows 11 And despite some controversy over the minimum hardware requirements, there is a group of people who can’t wait to upgrade according to a new study by YouGov, which found that 35% of users plan to upgrade to Windows 11 ASAP.
According to Digitartlends, the survey was conducted on 1,200 people after the Microsoft event on June 24, and the results showed that 20% of current Windows users plan to upgrade from an older version of Windows within six months, another 7% plan to update within 12 months, and 5% Within a year or more, of the total surveyed, 14% do not plan to upgrade at all.
There are a lot of factors that can drive your “want to upgrade” numbers up, Windows 11 comes with some much-needed visual improvements, as well as new multitasking tools.
And Microsoft has even improved its store in Windows 10, to come with support for Android apps like Tik Tok, these are some of the highly anticipated features.
The YouGov survey also found that 35% of US adults know Windows 11, while 63% don’t. This may be because Maikage has invested a lot of time in Windows 11 marketing, especially on social media. She spent two days teasing the event with videos and tweets. On YouTube, only to spoil it with a leak that revealed an early version of Windows 11.
For people who don’t use Windows, YouGov finds that 8% of macOS users are likely to change operating systems within the next year. It’s not clear what’s driving those numbers, but the central taskbar and start menu in Windows 11 are reminiscent of what Apple did in macOS, bringing Android mobile apps to Windows is similar to what Apple accomplished by bringing iPhone apps to its M1 Macs .
Windows 11 isn’t set for an official release until the second half of this year, and will continue to roll out in 2022. New PCs running Windows 11 should start shipping this holiday season.
If you’re keen to update, you can do it via the Windows Insider Program in a few clicks, just be aware that there will be a lot of bugs and other issues, as Microsoft is still looking for feedback on Windows 11 before pushing it to final state.
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